The Declaration of Independence
The Declaration of Independence is made up of five distinct parts: the introduction; the preamble; the body, which can be divided into two sections; and a conclusion. The introduction says that the declaration will declare the causes that have made it required for the American colonies to leave the British Empire. Independence is unavoidable and necessary. The preamble explains principles that are described to be "self-evident" by most people in the 18
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on the date of July 4th 1776. It was the clearest call for independence made by the United States in Philadelphia on July 4th.
The Declaration of Independence has created a base for the American government. It declared its independence from the British. Without this declaration, the United States would be a lot different then what is it now. This document started a movement towards independence, and other countries around the world got ideas from this.